“Who needs Superheros when there is a Real hero and she is called as Mother”

Mother’s Day is celebrated to salute the motherhood. Anna Jarvis, an unmarried woman and never had kids, known to be the Founder of Mother’s Day, also famous as Mother of Mother’s Day.

The first Mother’s Day is believed to have been celebrated in 1908 in the American states of West Virginia and Philadelphia.

Though Mother’s Day is celebrated in United States, India and a number of countries on the second Sunday of May each year, the United Kingdom celebrates Mother’s Day on March 6.

Here’s a fun fact for all you grammar geek: Mother’s Day was initially intended to be a day to honour and celebrate mothers individually and not collectively. That is why the apostrophe is before the “s” – making “Mother’s” singular possessive instead of plural possessive.


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